For today, let’s talk about – Mansi Mistry Foundation Working for Inclusivity of Indian Underprivileged Children in Sports & Healthcare.
Mansi Mistry Foundation Working for Inclusivity of Indian Underprivileged Children in Sports & Healthcare
Mansi Mistry Foundation, a charitable trust has been formed with the objective of promoting sports and healthcare in India. The foundation was started by the father-daughter duo Rajiv Mistry and Sanjna Mistry with the intention to bring Mansi Mistry’s passionate vision into reality. Many of the initiatives undertaken by the organization is strongly supported by Sanjay Mistry, who is also the trustee of the organization.
The foundation has been established with the thought of the upliftment, support, recognition and inspiration for the underprivileged kids’ sporting talents in India through honing their skills, offering sponsorships to deserving individuals, etc. It is the ultimate aim of the foundation to discover new talents across sporting activities, train them and support them to achieve their ultimate goal. The foundation stone of this organization was laid on January 28, 2022. Along with creating an all-inclusive atmosphere for sports enthusiasts, the foundation also desires to make health affordable to people across all walks of life by establishing cancer education and providing early cancer detection facilities across India. In addition, imbibing the philosophy of donate blood, save lives; Mansi Mistry Foundation recently conducted a blood donation camp.
Speaking about the establishment of the foundation, Rajiv Mistry, the trustee of the foundation, said, “We are humbled that we have finally started the foundation that my late wife, Mansi Mistry, once envisioned. She always thought of an India, which is a breeding ground of sporting talent and a sporting nation. Her contribution in the field of sports had been significant as it saw many underprivileged children hone their sporting talents and we want to continue it through this foundation.”
Sharing her thoughts about the foundation, Sanjna Mistry, co-trustee of the foundation said, “My beloved mother, Mansi Mistry, a sports enthusiast, was a key advocate of making sports and healthcare inclusive in India. Her passion always inspired me and helped me decide on a life path at an early age. Today, working with the foundation gives me immense pleasure and a sense of contentment that I am fulfilling her vision and working toward the betterment of these young children.”